Role of Laparoscopy in Chronic Abdominal Conditions
Why undergo Laparoscopic Surgery for Hernia?
There have been times where you must have felt sudden and acute pain in your lower left abdomen. A vigorous activity or a heavy meal might have caused pain in the upper abdomen. What is the cause of this sudden pain? How did this pain develop? How to treat this medical condition? Let’s find out:
Things To Do Before And After A Laparoscopic Surgery
A hernia is a condition in which parts of an organ, often in the abdomen, are displaced due to the weak muscular wall that keeps organs in place. It is the disease of the abdomen, but they can appear in other parts of the body, including the groin, belly button, and upper thighs.
Things to Keep in Mind Before & After Laparoscopic Surgery
Laparoscopy surgery or keyhole surgery is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure, preferably performed for curing various diseases and conditions. It is usually done in cases where traditional non-invasive diagnosis and imaging techniques (Ultrasound, CT Scan, MRI scan) cannot identify any clear reasons for a certain condition. It is a low-risk procedure used for examining pelvic organs like the appendix, gallbladder, pancreas, liver, etc.
Laparoscopic surgery has sure become a minimally invasive procedure, stemming the rapid acceptance of laparoscopic techniques. The advancements in technologies are reflected in decreased hospital stay, improved wound healing, reduced postoperative pain, earlier return to daily activity, and improved mobility. Still, fears regarding risks, pain, recovery, etc. are common to experience. So here is a guide to make everything smooth.